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The week that was; the most famous of Ntimama’s children curiously missing in DP’s photo op


During the week, when the Deputy President hosted the family of the late famous Maasai leader who also happened to be his namesake, William Ole Ntimama, what caught most people’s attention wasn’t who was in the photo that the DP posted afterwards, but as a matter of fact, who not in the photo.


A quick look at the photo that was posted on the DP’s online profiles, and within no time, online observers had already noticed that former Miss Tourism Debra Sanaipei was missing.
Arguably the most famous of the late Maasai leader’s children, Debra Sanaipei was Kenya’s first socialite back when the term meant a person of high society that attends grand events, and not the disgraceful thing that the word means nowadays.


Debra went on to be one of the most famous beauty queens from the country, and later on launched her own charity organisations. She was involved with then Airtel boss Michael Okwiri, in what was a high profile romance.


Nevertheless, she was conspicuously missing from the family’s delegation that went to meet the DP.
After the meeting, the deputy president posted a picture of himself with the Ntimama family, captioned,


It was great interacting with the family of the Late Cabinet Minister William ole Ntimama, led by his son Amos Ntimama, Karen, Nairobi County.


It wasn’t the first time the country’s second in command was meeting the family of the famous Maa leader. Back in July, Deputy President William Ruto condoled with the family, following the death of the late Mama Dorcas Ntimama, wife to the late Cabinet Minister William Ole Ntimama.


Ruto who visited their home at Muthangari prayed to God to grant them strength and comfort.
“We pray to God that He grants strength and comfort to the Ntimama family and their loved ones during this time of grief,” Ruto said.


During his condolence message Ruto said Mama Ntimama, was a firm, God-fearing and responsible woman who brought up upright and diligent children.


“We pay tribute to the great life that she led and the memorable mark that she leaves behind. We will miss her warm company,” Ruto said.


“We pray that God grants the Ntimama family and their loved ones strength and comfort to bear the loss. Rest In Peace, Mama Dorcas.”


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